In-text citations are the references provided within your work that refer to other works you have used to support your arguments. When entering references in the AGLC style:
e.g. 1 Allan Cochrane, Understanding Urban Policy: A Critical Approach (Blackwell, 2007) 64; F Maxwell, Phonology (Brooks Cole, 1999) 33.
The Footnotes of your paper must list the references in numerical order.
Cochrane1 concluded that ...
The quote is entered in single quotation marks.
An interesting view was expressed that 'the connection of high profile developments to their surrounding environment has increasingly been questioned'.1
An interesting view was expressed by Cochrane1 that 'the connection of high profile developments to their surrounding environment has increasingly been questioned'.
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Quotation marks are not used in this format. The quoted text is indented and in a smaller font.
Much has been written about acute care. Finkelman2, for example, points out that:
There are many changes in acute care services occurring almost daily, and due to the increasing use of outpatient surgery, surgical services have experienced major changes. Hospitals are increasing the size of their outpatient or ambulatory surgery departments and adjusting to the need of moving patients into and out of surgical service in 1 day or even a few hours.
Recently, this trend has been seen in some Australian hospitals and research here ...